Rhodes

Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands. It is perhaps most famous as home of one of the seven wonders of the ancient world- the Colossus of Rhodes. Centuries later it was occupied by the Knights of St John , the Ottomans and then the Italians, all of whom have left their mark. The medieval Rhodes Town is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The island enjoys a hot Mediterranean climate and whilst the interior of the island is sparse and hilly, it is of course known for its beautiful beaches and coastal resorts.
Lindos on the south coast is one of the most famous towns, a picture-perfect slice of Greece with lovely beaches. It is also home to Rhode’s very own acropolis.

As a popular tourist destination, Rhodes has well-developed infrastructure with good flight connections and top quality hotels. It is also a choice for conference groups with an excellent choice of conference facilities.

Like all the Greek islands, Rhodes has its fair share of nightlife from tranquil restaurants to a livelier scene in the larger resorts.

 

 

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Say YES to Rhodes...

    • The Acropolis of Rhodes
    • UNESCO- listed Medieval Rhodes
    • Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes
    • Acropolis of Lindos
    • Filerimos
    • Mandraki harbour
    • Valley of the butterflies
    • Prasonisi beach


     

     

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